Monday, September 20, 2021

InnovateFPGA contest seeks sustainable solutions using Microsoft Azure and Intel IoT

Microsoft and Intel empower technologies that can build a more environmentally sustainable future and reduce the demand we place on Earth's resources. That's why Microsoft Azure IoT and Intel are partnering with the InnovateFPGA Design Contest, where developers can harness Azure cloud computing and Intel® FPGA technology to create solutions that reduce environmental impacts.

 

The design contest is looking for inventive developers from around the globe who can create cutting-edge solutions. Internet of Things (IoT) solutions are already reducing climate impact: from smart lighting that turns off when not needed to transportation systems that reduce pollution-exacerbating car congestion. New IoT solutions could address unique challenges, such as reducing the waste of resources such as water, tracking ocean life, or increasing protection of endangered species.

 

FPGA Cloud Connectivity Kits, provided to qualified teams in the InnovateFPGA contest, show how an Intel® Edge-Centric FPGA (field programmable gate array) can connect seamlessly with Azure IoT. In addition, development teams will have a choice to use Azure IoT Central or IoT Hub to connect their solution to the Azure cloud. Developers interested in building sustainable solutions using this technology can register their team at www.innovatefpga.com.

 

Working jointly to encourage innovative developers

 

Azure IoT and Intel already work jointly together in advanced solutions, complementing each other's technology to address challenges in a variety of industries. The FPGA Cloud Connectivity Kit enables innovative developers to perform new tasks and solve more challenges, as real-time handling of Azure workloads is easier with a dedicated FPGA-based hardware accelerator. FPGA circuits also can be configured specifically for various workloads to provide better performance and flexibility.

 

Additionally, Azure IoT Central, IoT Hub, and IoT Plug and Play help builders and developers connect devices to the cloud. IoT Central offers a secure platform, centralized management to reconfigure and update devices, and a growing selection of IoT app templates for common scenarios. IoT Hub, meanwhile, enables secure and reliable communication via the cloud between IoT applications and the devices they manage. Finally, IoT Plug and Play seeks to remove technical barriers, reducing development time, cost, and complexity.

 

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How Microsoft Azure and Intel can reduce environmental impacts

 

Sustainability and environmental efforts by Microsoft and Intel go beyond their support of the InnovateFPGA contest. As part of our commitment to put sustainable technologies at the heart of our innovation, we're focused on four key areas of environmental impact to local communities: carbon, water, waste, and ecosystems. We're striving to use 100% renewable energy by 2025, replenish more water than we consume by 2030, create zero waste annually by that same year, and achieve net-zero deforestation from new construction. Enterprises looking to understand and potentially reduce their environmental impacts can use the Sustainability Calculator.

 

Just as Azure cloud computing can help reduce energy use, Intel FPGA-enabled architecture used with the cloud is economical and power-efficient, making high-performance computing more sustainable. Microsoft is also researching new approaches for improving computing and cloud data handling while simultaneously using less energy and more sustainable materials.

 

Project 15 from Microsoft also is helping to accelerate conservation organizations and scientific teams reduce costs and complexity in deploying IoT technologies through its open-source software platform. The Global Environment Facility (GEF) Small Grants Programme, implemented by the United Nations Development Program, is collaborating with the InnovateFPGA contest to task teams to create solutions for biodiversity, sustainable agriculture, and marine conservation. The GEF has shared use cases from the Project 15 initiative on the contest website.

 

Submit design proposals to the InnovateFPGA Design Contest

 

Regional teams of university students, builders, and professional engineers with the creativity and ingenuity to design solutions for challenging environmental issues are encouraged to participate in the InnovateFPGA Design Contest. Teams must register and submit their solution proposals at the contest registration page by Sept. 30, 2021. After registering, free FPGA Cloud Connectivity Kits will be shipped to teams whose proposals are selected to advance forward.

 

Qualifying teams will develop solutions for sustainability until Spring 2022, where they will compete in their respective regional competition. Teams at this level will have a chance to win cash prizes and an invitation to the Grand Finale event at Intel headquarters in San Jose, California, in 2022. For more details, rules, and an FAQ page, go to www.innovatefpga.com.

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Meet a recent Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador graduate: Fanie Ndlovu

This is the next segment of our blog series highlighting Microsoft Learn Student Ambassadors who achieved the Gold milestone and have recently graduated from university. Each blog in the series features a different student and highlights their accomplishments, their experience with the Student Ambassadors community, and what they’re up to now.

 

Today we meet Fanie Ndlovu who is from South Africa and recently graduated from the Durban University of Technology with an Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology.

 

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Responses have been edited for clarity and length.  

 

When you joined the Student Ambassador community in 2019, did you have specific goals you wanted to reach, such as a particular skill or quality?  Did you achieve them? How has the program impacted you in general? 

 

In 2016, I was working for the biggest pay TV company in Africa as a User Acceptance Tester, but after a year, I decided to leave to go back to my university to follow my mission of creating a platform that equips students and youth with fundamental skills required in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR).

 

The Student Ambassador community played a significant role in enabling me to create the platform as it provided resources, mentorship and network. The Azure credit we get every month helped our team to prepare lessons using different services, and we got access to Microsoft Cloud Advocates to ask advice and were able to collaborate with other Student Ambassadors.

 

What are the accomplishments that you’re the proudest of and why?

 

The creation of my platform was my biggest accomplishment.  The reason for me to build such a platform was because tertiary institutions are unable to deliver fundamental 4IR skills such as cloud computing skills, coding, AI, and robotics/IOT on time because of a rigid curriculum that is due to the big size of the university and to strict and long policies that are required to be followed in order to change one’s curriculum. To this date, the platform I created has impacted more than 4000 people, including university students, school students, women, kids with disabilities, and deaf students. 

 

In 2020 I hosted the platform’s first virtual event for deaf students to talk about Artificial Intelligence. What inspired me to host this event is that we have deaf students at my university, but the tech events I have attended such as hackathons I never had any deaf students attend, so I decided to host a tech event to uplift the community. We received press coverage in The South African and on the Durban University of Technology website. We took attendees through an introduction to Cloud Computing (Azure) and Artificial Intelligence and showed them how those tools are used to address the challenges that the deaf community faces daily.

 

I also obtained my Power Platform Fundamentals Certificate using a voucher provided by the Student Ambassador program. That helped me to complete a big project for my university, the Revolutionary Engagement App, a mobile app I created using Microsoft Power Apps along with Someleze Diko, a Beta level Student Ambassador.  The Engagement App is a mobile and web application that will register, monitor, and maintain university students’ and staff engagement projects based on the faculty and department goals and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

 

What are you doing now that you’ve graduated? 

 

I am running my company, Fanie Home Pty (LTD), a Microsoft Cloud Solutions Provider focused on Power Platform. The company has been operating since 2017. Currently we are busy with an e-learning platform for entrepreneurs and a reporting tool for the university, both of which run on Azure. 

 

Our country has always struggled to create job opportunities for graduates after college. I started my company to bring hope to them by creating job opportunities and a place for them to express their talents while making this world a better place.

 

If you could redo your time as a Student Ambassador, is there anything you would have done differently?

 

I would have planned my time appropriately to host more events, wrote more articles, and done more video tutorials. I also would have engaged more with other Student Ambassadors.

 

If you were to describe the community to a student who is interested in joining, what would you say about it to convince him or her to join?

 

Currently most companies when hiring look beyond your main tertiary computer science or IT qualifications. They check for industry certifications such as Azure certificates. As students, these certificates might be a little expensive to you, but the Student Ambassador community program provides you with free vouchers to take certifications, which increases your chance of employment.

 

What advice would you give to new Student Ambassadors?

 

You are part of an amazing and great community. Get in touch with other Student Ambassadors with a higher status [Editor’s note: there are 3 levels that a Student Ambassador can attain—Alpha, Beta, and Gold] to help navigate through the program. Other Student Ambassadors can also help you empower others to achieve more since you can't do it alone.

 

What is your motto in life, your guiding principle?

 

In my personal and business life: Do no harm to others.

 

What is one random fact about you that few people are aware of?

 

Many people see me doing amazingly well. What motivated me to do amazingly is the fact that when I was in high school in 2010,  I failed 6 out of 7 subjects. To overcome that problem, I eliminated videogames and playtime with friends during weekdays, designed a study timetable, and requested a friend who was senior to me to help me.

Another fact is that the weird thing about me is I do not watch television series or movies, only documentaries.

 

Good luck to you in the future, Fanie!

 

 

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Operationalize and Provide SLA for Data Pipelines

Azure Data Factory is loved and trusted by corporations around the world. As Azure's native cloud ETL service for scale-out server-less data integration and data transformation, it is widely used to implement Data Pipelines to prepare, process, and load data into enterprise data warehouse or data lake.

 

Typically, data pipelines run on auto-pilot, and are scheduled to run on a predefined timetable, using Schedule Trigger or Tumbling Window Trigger. And sometimes, these pipeline pipelines run mission critical workloads, preparing data for business reports or data analytics/machine learning projects.

 

There are two major challenges delivering service level agreements (SLAs) for these data pipelines:

  1. Compute environment for one activity, for instance SQL for a Stored Procedure activity, may throttle, slowing down the whole data pipeline and missing pipeline SLA.
  2. Pipeline developers aren't always actively monitoring the factory, and proactively seeking out long running pipelines that will miss SLAs.

 

To address these issues, today we are introducing the Elapsed Time Pipeline Run metric. Combined with Data Factory Alerts, we will empower data pipelines developers to better deliver SLAs to their customers: you tell us how long a pipeline should run, and we will notify you, proactively, when the pipeline runs longer than expected.

 

For each pipeline you want to create alerts on, during authoring phase, go to pipeline settings (by clicking on the blank space in the pipeline canvas). 

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Under Settings tab, check Elapsed time metric, and specify expected pipeline run duration. We strongly recommend you to set this to your business SLA, the amount of time that the pipeline can take to meet your business needs. Once the pipeline duration exceeds this setting, Data Factory will log am Elapsed Time Pipeline Run metric (metric id: PipelineElapsedTimeRuns) in Azure Monitor. In other words, you will get notified about long running pipelines proactively, before the pipeline eventually finishes.

 

Furthermore, follow the steps for Data Factory Alerts to set up alerts on the metric. Engineers will get notified to intervene and take steps to meet the SLAs, through emails or SMSs

 

We understand some pipelines will naturally take more time to finish than others, (like those with more steps, or moving more data), and there is no one-size-fit-all definition for long running pipelines. We kindly ask you to define the threshold for every pipeline that you need a SLA on. And when logging the metric for a particular pipeline, we will compare to its user-defined setting for expected run duration.

 

Note: this is an opt-in feature. No metric will ever be logged for a pipeline, if no expected run duration is specified for the aforementioned pipeline.

 

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Azure Marketplace new offers – Volume 166

We continue to expand the Azure Marketplace ecosystem. For this volume, 101 new offers successfully met the onboarding criteria and went live. See details of the new offers below:

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1000minds Conjoint Analysis: 1000minds' apps helps businesses, governments, and nonprofits make decisions based on multiple objectives or criteria. Conjoint analysis software involves surveying people about their preferences with respect to the relative importance of product features or attributes.

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AlmaLinux 8.4: This image from Ntegral provides version 8.4 of AlmaLinux, an open-source, community-driven Linux operating system. The image is optimized for production environments on Microsoft Azure and offers the latest features available in AlmaLinux.

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AR 3S Pro Server: This AR 3S Pro Server offered by Holo-Light GmbH provides a collaborative, industrial augmented reality working environment on a Microsoft Azure virtual machine. Engineers can visualize, manipulate, and share 3D CAD data in real time.

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Bugzilla: This image from Niles Partners provides Bugzilla, which lets developers track bugs, issues, problems, and other change requests. Features include advanced search, e-mail notifications, automatic duplicate bug detection, and bug lists in multiple formats.

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ClamAV: This image from Niles Partners provides ClamAV, an open-source engine for detecting Trojans, malware, and viruses. ClamAV is optimized for email servers, making it appropriate for network administrators.

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Cloud Database Manager: This preconfigured image offered by VMLab, an authorized reseller for Websoft9, provides version 21.1 of the Community edition of CloudBeaver on CentOS. Also included are NGINX 1.20 and Docker 20.10. CloudBeaver is a web-based database GUI tool.

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CompuCom Connected Microsoft 365 E5: This bundled services offer from CompuCom, part of Office Depot, includes a Microsoft 365 deployment, a Microsoft FastTrack migration, service desk, operations support, endpoint management, and Microsoft 365 E5.

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CSP Control Center - CSP Direct Bill Partners: CSP Control Center, also known as C3, is a cloud platform built for Microsoft cloud solution provider partners, enabling them to distribute, sell, bill, and provision cloud solutions. Partners can work with resellers to define offers and customer users can be granted access to manage license requirements.

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CSP Control Center - CSP Indirect Providers: CSP Control Center, also known as C3, is a cloud platform built for Microsoft cloud solution provider partners, enabling them to distribute, sell, bill, and provision cloud solutions. Partners can work with resellers to define offers and customer users can be granted access to manage license requirements.

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Elastacloud Intelligent Spaces: Elastacloud Intelligent Spaces (EIS) processes data from AutoCAD files and builds 3D models of your buildings. Its main pillars are a 3D visualization app, a graph database and processing engine, a data acquisition and publishing system, and a system for creating and editing digital twins.

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GIMP: This image from Niles Partners provides GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program), an open-source raster graphics editor that's modular, extensible, and expandable. GIMP is used for photo editing, free-form drawing, and more specialized tasks.

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GitHub CE: This image from Niles Partners provides GitHub CE, an open-source Git repository and version control system. GitHub CE includes a host of features that enable software development teams to consolidate source code, track and manage releases, increase code quality, and deploy code changes.

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Hadoop: This image from Niles Partners provides the Hadoop software framework on Ubuntu 16.04. Hadoop is popular for handling and analyzing large sets of data. It delivers massive storage, huge processing power, and the ability to handle virtually limitless coexisting jobs or tasks.

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Helpy Server Ready with Support from Linnovate: This image from Linnovate Technologies provides Helpy, on-demand customer support software. Helpy encompasses multichannel support ticketing, a knowledge base, and community support forums, and it offers translations for 19 languages.

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Keepit Backup for Microsoft 365: Keepit Backup for Microsoft 365 protects business data across Microsoft apps like Teams, Groups, SharePoint, Exchange, and OneDrive. Fully automated daily backups and tamper-proof storage take the hassle out of protection and archiving.

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mySuperMon: With mySuperMon from Devaten, you can carry out performance testing earlier in the software development process and based on specific use cases rather than on overall database performance.

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Node.js: This image from Niles Partners provides Node.js, an open-source server environment for developing scalable network applications. The cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment is built on the V8 JavaScript engine and makes use of a single-threaded model with event looping.

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Omnichannel Point of Sale: Modernize your tech stack and inject agility into your infrastructure with OneView Omnichannel Point of Sale, which uses integrated checkout and digital engagement capabilities to eliminate silos that disrupt customer experiences.

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OneView Inventory and Order Management: OneView Inventory tracks every order and sale for instant access to accurate inventory balances. Combined with OneView Order Management, your retail store will get a simple and continuously updated view of order flow for store fulfillment from web orders.

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OneView Mobile Point of Sale: OneView Mobile Point of Sale puts scalable checkout in the hands of your associates to better serve customers. OneView Mobile Point of Sale is built on a modern cloud platform and powered by a single transaction engine for commerce anywhere.

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OneView Pickup + Delivery: With a headless cloud architecture and a digital cart engine, OneView Pickup and Delivery empowers you to provide efficient in-store, curbside, or contactless pickups or delivery. Manage store order flow, substitutions, promotions, and more.

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Plydish-OCRA: Plydish-OCRA extracts information from scanned paper documents, allowing you to upload the information to databases or business processing systems. Choose document templates from Plydish-OCRA’s prebuilt template library, covering a wide range of industries, or upload your own template.

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Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7.4: This bundle offered by MidVision provides version 7.4 of Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (JBoss EAP) on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Use JBoss EAP to build, deploy, and host highly transactional Java applications.

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Schlix: This image from Niles Partners provides Schlix, an extensible content management system for developing websites and blogs. Schlix is a developer-friendly platform, permitting modifications to theme style sheets and templates without having to modify the core.

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Squid Easy Proxy Server & Webmin UI on CentOS 7.8: This hardened and ready-to-run image from Tidal Media provides a Squid proxy cache server with a Webmin interface on CentOS 7.8. Manage user accounts, file sharing, mail servers, and more through the user-friendly interface.

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Squid Easy Proxy Server & Webmin UI on Ubuntu 20: This preconfigured image from Tidal Media provides a Squid proxy cache server with a Webmin interface on Ubuntu 20. Manage user accounts, file sharing, mail servers, and more through the user-friendly interface.

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TheHive v4 Official: This image from StrangeBee provides version 4 of TheHive, an open-source security incident response platform. TheHive enables security operations centers and other information security practitioners to swiftly investigate events.

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Time Intelligence for Microsoft Outlook Calendar: Integrate your Microsoft Outlook calendar with Replicon's Time Intelligence platform to allow machine learning and AI to automatically create a curated view of your events, including details like title, participants, location, and time.

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Time Intelligence for Microsoft Outlook Calendar (Admin): This is the administrator version of Replicon's Time Intelligence app for Microsoft Outlook. The Time Intelligence collector will automatically work under your company’s Microsoft account.

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Vital Knowledge: Vital Knowledge from Galaxy Software Services accumulates, manages, and shares organizational knowledge assets within the enterprise, shortening document search time and improving communication efficiency. This app is available only in Traditional Chinese.

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Apps as Microservices: 4-Week Implementation: Upgrade your monolithic applications to microservices with the help of Cognos. Cognos will analyze your infrastructure, then gradually migrate your monolithic applications using Microsoft Azure API Management. This offer is available only in Spanish.

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Architecture Datahub: 4-Week Assessment: Cross, part of the Micropole Group, will conduct a feasibility study on implementing a datahub and designing an architecture on Microsoft Azure to enable better data governance. This offer is available only in French.

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Azenix AKS Accelerator: 4-Week Implementation: Azenix has developed a framework that will accelerate your organization's ability to adopt Kubernetes on Microsoft Azure. Azenix will work with a cross-functional team through its assessment, design, and implementation phases.

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Azure Cloud Foundations: 4-Week Assessment: In this workshop, Quorum Systems will design a comprehensive road map to a secure, scalable, and operationally ready Microsoft Azure environment to meet your unique business and technical requirements.

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Azure Custom App Development: 10-Week Implementation: Using the latest web and mobile technologies, Dotsquares will help bring your application ideas into being. Dotsquares developers will perform testing and follow an incremental deployment. The code will then be released into the production environment.

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Azure Hybrid Cloud Solutions: 3-Day Workshop: Learn about Azure Stack HCI (hyperconverged infrastructure) fundamentals, integration with Azure Arc, and datacenter modernization opportunities in this package from DexMach, which includes a workshop, a workload assessment, and a hybrid use-case deep dive.

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Azure Sentinel Migration: 3-Week Implementation: Optiv's professional services engagement focuses on the implementation (or migration) and initial configuration of your Microsoft Azure Sentinel environment to enhance security visibility.

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Azure Stack Hub Integration: 5-Week Implementation: Microsoft Azure Stack Hub lets you build and run apps in an on-premises environment and deliver Azure services to your datacenter. In this offer, World Wide Technology will provide a pathway to a successful implementation of Azure Stack Hub.

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Azure Synapse Data Platform: 10-Week Implementation: World Wide Technology leads clients through building powerful data platforms on Microsoft Azure. In this offer, World Wide Technology will deliver a well-architected data platform on Azure Synapse customized to your business's scale and requirements.

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Azure VMware Solution: 10-Week Implementation: BrainScale will deliver a workshop to kick-start your cloud migration journey and assess your digital estate to create a cloud road map. Later, BrainScale will migrate your workloads to Microsoft Azure VMware Solution and set up monitoring and management services.

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BIM Workspace: 1-Week Implementation: Accelerate your building information modeling (BIM) with CSN Groep. CSN Groep will deliver a BIM workspace on Microsoft Azure Virtual Desktop that's designed for BIM applications such as Revit, Tekla, Solibri, and Archicad.

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Cloud Fundamentals for Decision Makers: 4-Hour Briefing: Mallow Oy's briefing will introduce business decision makers to public cloud essentials and Microsoft Azure. Mallow Oy will cover common pitfalls, costs and licensing, and more. Bring your questions and curiosity!

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Cloud Readiness and Migration: 4-Week Assessment: In this assessment, Immeo will review your on-premises workloads and applications, then present you with architecture design recommendations. Discover which workloads and solutions would benefit from a migration to Microsoft Azure.

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Cloud Security Snapshot: 30-Day Assessment: In this assessment, Bytes Software Services will give you greater visibility of your Microsoft Azure public cloud assets and compliance so you can avoid misconfigurations and security issues.

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Cloudgoda: 2-Week Proof of Concept: In this proof of concept, Acer e-Enabling Data Center Inc. will use five Microsoft Azure service components to quickly establish an IoT data analysis framework. This service is available only in Chinese.

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Data Modernization Advisory: 4-Day Workshop: Six Degrees will assess your data environment running on legacy infrastructure to understand your batch and real-time data-processing requirements. Six Degrees will then deliver an advisory report with data modernization and Azure migration options.

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DC Modernization with Cloud4C: 10-Day Assessment: This assessment from Cloud4C Services will help your enterprise move to Microsoft Azure and simplify infrastructure to improve availability, scalability, and compliance. This includes rehosting, replatforming, rearchitecting, and rebuilding options using Azure services.

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Digital Hospital Xccelerator: 6-Week Assessment: Fujitsu will assess and map your healthcare organization’s technology infrastructure capabilities, focusing on five architectural domains: security, collaboration, transport, mobility, and hybrid-cloud applications.

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Healthcare Hybrid Cloud DR: 10-Week Proof of Concept: Sirius will deliver a proof of concept of its hybrid-cloud disaster recovery solution, Epic, on Microsoft Azure. Hybrid-cloud operation enables rapid scalability, cost savings, and improved patient outcomes.

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Infrastructure Modernization: 4-Day Workshop: This workshop from Six Degrees will help you understand your business's infrastructure and its current and future requirements. You'll receive an advisory report with infrastructure modernization options that incorporate security by design.

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Moving SAP to Azure: 4-Hour Workshop: BlueSoft's half-day workshop will help you understand your options for using Microsoft Azure as a platform for your SAP solutions. BlueSoft will consider common challenges, possible scenarios for SAP on Azure, and how to integrate with other on-premises and cloud resources.

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SAP on Azure: 2-Hour Briefing: Learn about consulting, design, testing, and managed services for SAP on Azure in this briefing from Tata Consultancy Services. Tata Consultancy Services has extensive experience across industry sectors providing end-to-end services.

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Secure Azure Virtual Desktop: 1-Hour Briefing: In this briefing, Opstack will address how its secure deployment of Microsoft Azure Virtual Desktop can help customers accelerate secure remote desktops enhanced with Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365 Business Voice.

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Secure Cloud Foundation: 4-Week Implementation: Migrate to Microsoft Azure with the help of Gijima. Gijima's implementation service offers a secure foundation for customers planning to move workloads to Azure, as well as customers with Azure environments that require secure governance and compliance.

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Security Scan Pack: 2-Day Assessment: AgileThought will perform a comprehensive vulnerability analysis so your organization can identify top security threats and take a more proactive approach to security.

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Sitecore Migration: 4-Week Assessment: Get a review of the current state of your Sitecore Experience Platform and Sitecore Experience Commerce environment in this offer from Immeo. Immeo will provide recommendations for Sitecore topology and architecture design for Microsoft Azure.

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Virtual Agent Services: 8-Week Implementation: Wysdom's conversational AI enables higher-performing and lower-cost virtual agents powered by Microsoft Azure Bot Services. In eight weeks, Wysdom will help you implement an intelligent virtual agent that can understand at least 80 percent of customer messages on launch.

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Well Architected Review 1-Week Assessment: Validate your architecture against defined best practices in this assessment from Immeo. Immeo's review will cover security, reliability, performance efficiency, cost optimization, and operational excellence.

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